Chad Felix Greene

Chad Felix Greene

Chad Felix Greene is a senior contributor to The Federalist and author of the "Reasonably Gay: Essays and Arguments" series.



Articles/Stories written by Chad Felix Greene: 22

The Central Park Ramble incident is a tale of two Karens

How do two people, engaging in their own personal activities, end up becoming a national news story filled with universal condemnation, hatred and outrage?

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Joe Biden played identity politics and lost big time

When individuals are grouped together into voting blocs and justice is applied collectively, a moral majority will see themselves as parental authoritarians caring for the minority.

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LGBT Nation runs false headline suggesting murder was 'hate crime'

It seems clear that LGBT advocacy is more invested in keeping the community in fear, relying on advocacy groups to keep them safe from absolutely nothing.

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The LGBT community is leaving the 'woke left' and it's a beautiful thing

As brave and influential voices like Arielle Scarcella ask tough questions, we must be there to applaud them and keep them lifted high.

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LGBT activists claim there is an 'epidemic' of violence against trans women—there isn't

There isn't actually an epidemic of identity based violence against trans persons, yet the Human Rights Campaign continues to peddle this narrative.

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Segregated graduation ceremony means only minorities and LGBT students graduate on time

St. Olaf College is planning segregated, virtual graduations where students will be treated differently based on their minority status. This is in the US in 2020.

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Radical activists target Central Park field hospital for connection to Christian charity

Field hospitals are usually prepared for anything, but Central Park's Samaritan’s Purse did not expect Reverend Billy to barge in and plant a rainbow flag.

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Death blamed on hydroxychloroquine despite lack of evidence

NBC News' Heidi Przybyla reports another story of death due to hydroxychloroquine, but as with her previous deadly tale, the facts don't hold up.

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Leftists think religious freedom is non-essential—it isn't

Religious worship is not an optional expression a person can set aside until conditions improve.

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The left’s obsession with Trump blinds them to their own principles

Progressive policies are being employed, but they are not being praised by leftists simply because the man who is implementing them is Donald Trump.

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LGBT outrage over Franklin Graham's NYC field hospital is anti-religious bigotry

In this time of crisis, anti-religious bigotry has no place in public dsicourse and should be shamed as strongly as antisemitism or Islamophobia would be in the same situation.

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CNN lost the trust of Americans when it refused to air the President live

CNN offered a protest in refusing to air Trump's press conference live, betraying both the public and journalistic integrity.

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Kathy Griffin was maligned for seeking care during the coronavirus pandemic, so was I

Kathy Griffin was called a fraud for going to the ER with coronavirus symptoms, yet not having the illness. But for high-risk individuals, the decision to seek care at this time is a difficult one.

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Twitter's new policy on coronavirus 'misinformation' rewards liars, punishes truth tellers

Twitter's attempt to staunch the flow of misinformation surrounding the coronavirus is very nearly laughable. The attempts appear partisan at best, and nefarious at worst.

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Journalists put public at risk with lie to discredit Trump over coronavirus

What matters to the journalism world is not that the couple poisoned themselves by drinking an anti-parasitic fish medicine, but the opportunity to bash Trump.

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